Jimmie Ann (Maxwell) Terry-Louderback 


Jimmie Ann (Maxwell) Terry-Louderback

Jimmie Ann (Maxwell) Terry-Louderback was born in Grayson County, Howe, Texas, to James and Wilma Anna (Pendergrass) Maxwell. She passed from this life in Bosque at 89 years of age. 

Services took place on Tuesday, March 5, at Romero Funeral Home Chapel, followed by a celebration of life at New Life Fellowship Church in Belen. 

Ann loved her Savior and Lord Jesus Christ. She loved reading her Bible, listening to and singing gospel music, and attending her neighborhood Christian church, where she was a member of the New Life Fellowship Church in Belen. She had very dear friends there, and living close by who were of great comfort to her and through her end. 

Ann and Lonnie Terry Jr., who preceded her in death, lived the U.S. Air Force life while traveling overseas and to most of our 50 states.  

They are survived by their two children, a daughter, Kathy (Layton) with husband, Adolph Sanchez, of Belen, and their son, Jimmy Ray Terry, who resides in Atoka, Okla.  

“Mamaw” loved visits from the 16 Sanchez and Layton great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild — all living locally. Also, the three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren of Terry’s started life with “Granny Ann” in their household. 

Ann and G. Wayne Louderback, who preceded her in death, lived in Clovis, where they owned and operated a truck company that transported swinging beef to retailers. They lovingly shared his four children, which included three daughters, Donna, who preceded in death, and is survived by husband, John Hudson, of Farmington, Maggie Motley of Moore, Okla., Lynette Gandy, of Texas; and one son, Robert Louderback, of Moore, Okla. Their families gave “Mamaw” five precious grandchildren and one great-grandchild. 

During her early years, Ann was an avid bowler, and in her free time, she loved crocheting, attended and became certified in Bible study teaching, obtained certification and real estate license, and retired from John Maguire Realtors in Belen. She worked as a tag office MVD receptionist in Bokchito, Okla.  

Ann later was cherished as a caregiver for the elderly in several of the homes in her neighborhood and surrounding towns. She cherished those extended family members as well. 

“Jimmie” or “Ann,” as she was known throughout her life, had two brothers, Johnny and Harold Maxwell; four sisters, Doris Harris, Dorothy Rice and Reba (Phillips) Jones, who all preceded her in death; and Martha and husband, Fred Eades, who resides in Moore, Okla.  

She cherished several generations of nieces and nephews throughout Oklahoma and Texas in the Maxwell families. She has a special cousin close in childhood, Gene Pendergrass, who resides in Las Vegas, Nev. 

Perhaps you sent a lovely card or sat quietly in a chair. 

Perhaps you sent beautiful flowers, if so, we saw them there. 

Perhaps you sent or spoke kind words as any friend could say; 

Perhaps you were not there at all, just thought of us that day. 

Whatever you did to console the heart, we thank you so much, whatever the part. 

Please sign Jimmie’s online tribute at romerofuneralhomenm.com. Romero Funeral Home, 609 N. Main St., Belen. 


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